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the american people the truth. >> gretchen: who is the one really lying? >> steve: meanwhile thank goodness for al gore . he explains why the president flopped out. >> you go to 5,000 feet and only a few hours to adjust. >> steve: isn't he the guy who invented the intim ator. blame it on the thin air . we'll tell you that story. >> brian: joe biden, take another gaffe. >> you guys sit down if you have a seat. guyings, i didn't realize you didn't have seats, i apologize . my mother would kill me if a woman was standing this long. i apologize . >> brian: another instant biden classic coming to you and what he said later on is note worthy especially to paul ryan who will be debating him shortly . -- shortly. "fox and friends" starts right now. >> steve: so you were wearing pants all along? >> brian: i am not saying anything. >> gretchen: they are snap on. >> steve: as long as they are not snap offs . >> gretchen: we have a peek underneath. twitter me if you think brian bears boxers or brief. >> brian: you do have the answer. >> gretchen: maybe president obama wanted joe biden around, because i
clark. let's check weather and traffic. i get to turn to steve and everything cool? >> with me or the weather? [ laughter ] >> you're always cool. >> we had that drop yesterday. we'll continue that even up to lake county and sacramento today. and areas that are usually pretty hot. not only low clouds but partly cloudy, partly sunny today 60s and 70s. here is sal. >>> westbound highway 4 it's a nice drive so far if you are driving from antioch to concord. right now is a good time to do that. this mornings commute is pretty good if you are driving on the san mateo bridge. yesterday was a bad day but today is good. >>> it is a big weekend in san francisco with more than a million people expected to pack the streets. tara moriarty is in the city with more on why you should expect big delays. >> reporter: we are here near pier 29 where come this weekend one northbound lane will be shut down from the ferry building all the way to bay street. that will allow emergency vehicles access in through the crowds. if you pan to the left, you can see we're in front of the official america's cu
for joining us. steve paulson is here with the forecast and again i ask you because we are -- people will worry about the fog seeing the blue angels. >> we had that big cool down started on thursday. it continues today. there is a lot of low clouds and high clouds over us. mostly cloudy pattern. it might play into our weather late sunday into monday. todays highs 60s and 70s. >>> right now westbound highway 4 looks pretty good. it is a little crowded as you come in through the bay point area. also slow traffic building up in pleasant hill. westbound 24 as you drive past lafayette and oakland it's a nice drive. let's go back to the desk. >>> topping our news san francisco is bracing for big crowds this weekend. more than a million people are expected to fill the streets were several high profile events. that includes the america's cup world series. the giants playoffs, fleet week, and the hardly strictly bluegrass festival. we have team coverage this morning to cover everything you need to know to plan ahead if you are going to visit the city. ktvu channel 2 reporter alex savidge has
for mitt romney to change the race in battleground states like colorado, florida, and ohio. nbc's steve handelsman joins us live with more on what to speck during the rumble in the rockies. steve? >> reporter: i like that, pat, thanks. good evening. this is the campus of the university of denver. south and west of downtown on the way to the mountains. this is the site of tomorrow night's possibly critical first presidential debate. it will be watched nationwide. some voters in ohio camped out to be the first to cast early ballots in this battleground state. most states start voting before november 6th. putting more focus on the first debate in denver. doug hudson, andrew and chris run bicycle company in colorado. they took me out to red rocks today. these guys will watch the debate. andrew, hoping for a breakthrough by his candidate, mitt romney. >> i want him to talk about conservative values, especially economically. empowering small businesses. >> reporter: chris used to vote republican. not anymore. >> what changed my mind recently is it seems to have gotten away from taking care of
. >> i am steve chenevey. it was a disappointing picture long renovation process. jummy olabanji went down to the to check of the progress. >> the water in the reflecting s gone, and sell -- soon elegy will follow suit. crews from the national park service for all in full service up.orce, cleaning the reflecting pool had been closed for several months after a renovation project was but after it was ago, algaew weeks started to grow. they could have for it to filter out, but have lasted months. >> the best way was to remove it. grow >>it will not from are tourists michigan. pictureed to get a nice the pool but were see thisted to instead. you would think somebody goingfigure out what is on. >> officials with the national tell us they hope have this cleaned up in the couple of weeks toyota many tourists say it is also -- many say it is also worth a long term fix. >> it would be better to look at it. is causing officials say they have done , as the entire project cost around $100,000. money well spent, according to officials.rk service >> this was not expected and it is frustrating, but
. it's usually slow. >> it's usually slow in this area. let's go to steve. >>> a very good morning. i guess we had to turn the page from september to october to put sunshine on the coast and there's not even a puff of a breeze. first time san francisco hit 90. that was our high ned. since september 25th -- yesterday. since september 25th, 2010. normal is 75. they are the sitting at 65 right now. san santa cruz -- santa cruz was 100 and watsonville was 101. if the sea breeze does not kick in. they will be close to that today. inland temperatures you will have 20 pate -- you will have to wait until tomorrow. definitely not a breeze yet. some temperatures on the coast have been going up in the last couple of hours. fort funston being one. lake merced from 64 to 67. san francisco, 65. hayward, 65. santa rosa is 51. those are warmer than livermore, antioch and san jose. a complete reversal. san jose, travis, snow. there's no sea breeze yet. the leading edge is being drawn towards us. the combination of the two will eventually turn that breeze around to the west. by tomorrow -- by tomorrow.
into the west valley. >>> let's go to steve. >> all right, sal. calm, not much of a breeze. there's no howling offshore breeze. if there was, like we had in 1980, then we would have record- setting territory possible today. still, on this date in 1980, name, 106, san francisco, 97, san rafael 107. temperatures warmed up. it was a very cool tent for downtown san francisco. the average high was only 57.7. that's 5 degrees below average. usually in september we get our first rain from the north. haven't seen it yet. only trace. normal is about .25 and 20 days observed of fog. it's very late in the year for fog. today, we're good to go, clear skies, temperatures 45 to 61. san francisco hitting that 49. and then 58 high pressure will start to -- and then high pressure will start to build to the north. warm hot, maybe inland tomorrow, still warm to hot. but i think by tomorrow we'll see a westerly breeze and then by wednesday/thursday, it looks like a big drop in our temperatures. warm to hot. 90 to 100 near the bay. 101 clearlake. brentwood, 100. livermore, 99. berkeley, 85. oakland 86. near 100 mo
. it will be significantly cooler by then. >>> thank you, steve. >> 7:10, new this morning, what appeared to be a case of mistaken identity near mexico city may actually have been an assassination attempt on americans. the "associated press" reports there's evidence that a drug cartel infiltrated the police and masterminded the ambush when two cia agents were wounded. >>> the fbi is investigating the killing of nicholas ivy yesterday in arizona. another agent is wounded but is expected to arrive. authorities suspected more than one person fired at the agent. >>> more testimony later in oakland at the murder trial of giselle esteban. now, esteban is accused of killing nursing student michelle le last year and then dumping her body near sunol. yesterday, defense attorneys say that esteban was at an emotional low point at the too -- at the time of her death. the lawyers do not deny that she killed michelle le. they say it happened in the in the heat of passion and should not be considered first or second-degree murder. >>> the military plan to track down those responsible for the deadly attack in benghaz
msnbc mike barnicle. howard dean, and former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst steve rattner, stranger. >> long time, no see. >> you're always here. >> you're never here. >> we're globe trotting, what can i say? hi, willie. >> what was your initial reaction to the elizabeth warren/scott brown debate. >> scott brown fell into the trap that sometimes male politicians fall into when they debate women. he looked overbearing and angry. and you particularly can't do that when you're debating a woman candidate. i thought he was in a lot of trouble as a result of this. he's behind anyway, but now he looks mad, angry, and i think that's a -- >> okay. well, that race is fascinating. the debate was last night and we have fascinating clips of that. and also the look at preparations of the presidential debates a day away. but first, we'll start with afghanistan. nato's secretary general says there's a possibility that western forces could be withdrawn from afghanistan more quickly than previously planned. he suggested the deadly spike of insider attacks has hit the morale of forme
couldn't. i looked at jim furyk and watching how many times he backed -- steve stricker towards the end, no, i didn't think about it. and even tiger. probably would have helped if he hit that little four footer so that it was 14-14 at least we wouldn't feel bad. >> yeah, that was quite gray issue gracious. that match probably deserved to be tied. >> and that putt at the end was weak. and he still had the smile on his face, the weird smile. but that was sad. anyway, anything else going on? there really isn't, is there? >> i will give and you quick recap because you were talking about the pmis a little bit earlier out of europe. markets are up. green on the board as you can see. advancers outpacing decliners by more than 8:2. dax up 12. cac up five. despite the fact those pmis came in weak, they were actually a slight tick up. even german ones. the french numbers were slightly weaker, too. spain not up quite so much. we heard from bank company popular, desperately trying it avoid having to take official aid.co popular, desperately trying it avoid having to take official aid. stock down 12
, the conservative cause. steve and i made this film with him. he passed away suddenly, tragically, just after we finished principal photography. he's a main part of this movie. we're so proud of being able to bring this out and remember andrew when we watch it. >> greta: steve, what did you learn from this movie? i know it's a documentary, you went in to study occupy wall street. what did you learn? the one thing i learned, these guys know what they're doing. if you think how they changed the conversation. greta, we start the film in a prologue in the summer of 2011 with the national debate that you just talked about in the previous block about cutting spending, increasing debt for the first time. the occupy movement started six weeks later in zuccotti park, and essentially changed the conversation. we don't talk about the guests . we don't talk about the national debt. we haven't had a meaningful conversation since 2011. one of the reasons was the occupy movement. they're changed the debate to fairness, equality, 1% versus the 99%. i found they're very effective. >> greta: david, difference bet
, and steve schmidt. lawrence o'donnell will be our man in the spin room tonight. and the one and only chris matthews is at the university of denver, which is the site of tonight's debate. chris, i've been watching you this past hour. i can sense the excitement that you feel, that i feel as well. i mean, it is a big night when these candidates speak at their conventions, but tonight the tv audience for this debate could be almost twice the size as the convention audience. just a huge night. what are each of these guys thinking they need to do tonight? >> well, i think obama's the one i'm focused on, the president. because everybody's been talking about, it's romney's big chance, it's romney's opportunity, blah, blah, blah. suppose obama goes on the attack tonight. suppose he surprises everybody and doesn't play defense. he doesn't try to handle his opponent and clinch, that he really goes and tries to put him away. and i think that's the significanti i significanting question. how does romney deal with the fact that he has no spontaneity? no ability to deal with the unexpected? how does he d
3. i am cynne simpson. >> i am steve chenevey. let's go to jacqui jeras to find happening outside. fog will be a big issue for the morning. let's show you the visibility. poor in many areas. a half mile at reagan national. at hagerstown, 0.3, and the same at dulles. the same in cumberland as well. and temperatures this morning. some 70's on the map. 70 in d.c., 64 in dallas. -- dulles. we could get a little sunshine afternoon. temperatures will get into the afternoon.is we will have big changes for the weekend. how traffic is moving, with angela. >> slow going all around the capital area. fog will be the big issue this morning. plan for a slow drive. give you an example, this is view of springfield, the springfield interchange. see any traffic flowing. the dense fog will slow things down this morning. have a couple work from the springfield interchange, inner loop towards 644, two right lanes are still closed. use caution through the works .wns in maryland, there is heavy fog. reports of a crash on eastbound 32 at the b-w parkway, a car deer. back to you. >> thank you. presidentia
-alike who will take out the other competitors, strange looking. steve got the chance to talk to teddy. this is the big get. >> can you pull another one out? that looks like a man with confidence. best wishes in the playoffs. >> i'm just glad you did not topple over on to steve. if you want to see more from today's interview you can go to wjla.com. >> that was cute. coming up, liam neeson is back with another installment of "taken." >> police have put a face to the man responsible for attacking >> you are watching abc 7 news at 5 with leon harris, alison starling doug hill. >> police are finally putting a face with a man believed to be behind 5 attacks in springfield. police released this composite sketch of the suspect today. residents are protecting themselves. >> people in this neighborhood are looking over their shoulders. police arrived here passing out this poster. they want everyone in this neighborhood to take a very close look at this sketch of their suspect. women walking along this road in springfield for making sure they walk in groups. >> we are going walking. today, i was
. did you say first time ever? >> the first time ever they're 4-0. >> you mean not even under steve ba bartkowski? >> here's the thing. nobody's going to take them seriously until january. it's going to be so much pressure when the playoffs come around because they haven't delivered under matt ryan. and they could. they could run the table. >> just for the record, you say they haven't delivered in january under matt ryan. they haven't delivered in january since 1966. >> they went to the super bowl in 1998. >> dirty birds. >> and then got killed by the broncos, went out all night partying. >> in fairness. in fairness. >> no, we've had a very sad, sad playoff group, but they looked good. >> they looked very good. and character builder. they had the ball at their own 1. they drove down, got the winning field goal. >> is there a worse team in football than the dolphins? >> the browns. that's the thing. the raiders have gotten blown out a couple of times but they have a win over the steelers which no one can figure out. >> why can't the dolphins turn it around? it's been a rough, rough stre
bush. neither kerry or mondale translated that into an election night win, although steve kornacki likes to think about a potential mondale president history. as the dust settles, they're back on the trail today. obama is en route to a rally in wisconsin, but earlier today in denver supporters saw the obama we hoped to see last night. >> when i got onto the stage, i met this very spirited fellow who claimed to be mitt romney. he said that he doesn't even know that there's such laws that encourage outsourcing, never heard of them. he said if it's true, he must need a new accountant. we know for sure it was not the real mitt romney, because he seems to be doing just fine with his current accountant. thank goodness somebody is finally getting tough on big bird. it's about time. >> that guy's a winner. mitt romney joining paul ryan this evening in my home state of virginia, but which mitt will show up? the mitt who won the debate by putting the president on the defensive, spoke directly to voters and there was a moment or two of humor. will we see the same mitt on the trail for the pas
will be strong enough to reshape the race. steve handelsman on capitol hill now with more on this. >> reporter: jim, thanks, good evening. both these candidates are looking at the polls, mostly in the battleground states. and they're all eyeing this debate, both eyeing this debate on wednesday. picture it, mitt romney side by side with barack obama. this is what challengers want, to be literally on an even keel with the incumbent president and 60 million americans could tune in. prominent republicans said today, it's huge. they're setting up for the debate in denver. one of mitt romney's biggest backers sounds upbeat. >> every time he's been challenged, in one of these situations, and had a debate, he's come forward with an outstanding performance. listen, i plead guilty to having confidence in the guy on wednesday night. >> reporter: but romney trails in every battleground state. >> he's got to redefine himself as someone who cares about the average american. he's got to show how his policies connect to that caring. and he has to show how president obama's policies have not produced a better
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.s. house debate with iowa gow congressman steve king and democrat christy vilsack. then two rivals in the pharmaceutical industry come together for a call in more cooperation in combating counterfeit prescription drugs. and live at 2 p.m. eastern, policy analysts on how congress has fared in making its proceedings more transparent to the public. later today the carnegie endowment hosts a discussion on how the next u.s. president should engage the world. panelists will discuss topics including the international order and the rise of major world players such as china. the event begins at 6:30 p.m. eastern, and you can see it live on c-span3. >>> now, a nevada senate debate between dean heller and shelley berkeley. they recently met for their first debate in what's being called one of the closest senate races in the country. the cook political report rates the contest a toss-up. this event comes courtesy of knpb-tv in nevada. >> good evening. republican u.s. senator dean heller and democratic congresswoman shelley berkeley will face off in an hourlong debate sponsored by vegas pbs, kn
at that. >> we have steve schmidt on yesterday. steve schmidt would call me during the 2008 campaign. and it used to drive him crazy, and the mccain campaign crazy, about how arrogant the obama team was. he was, like, they don't respect us at all. he'd go, why -- you know, they don't think we have anything. and that was the attitude that they set forth. and i've just got to believe also there was a huge level of overconfidence going into that romney debate. kind of like the dukakis team had in 1988, that they were the smartest people on the planet, and they looked down on the waters and the great unwashed, and i think maybe he was in shock that mitt romney came out and was effective as he was. >> or maybe they felt and maybe rightfully so, they didn't really need the debate as much as they thought they did. >> maybe they listened to donny. >> but i want to know, mark halperin, what you meant by mitt romney, who he was during the debate versus the mitt romney that the president might have been practicing against of the past few months or past few years. what are the differences? >> he
's extremely difficult if not impossible for anyone to win statewide -- >> guest: steve, i disagree with that analysis. abraham lincoln was a third party in 1860. in 1856, you had the democratic party and the wig -- and abraham lincoln wasn't on the ballot in a number of states, particularly in the south, yet he won the election. he didn't win a majority of the popular vote, he won the majority of the electoral vote and in 1832, i would submit that there were two parties there and it was henry clay and andrew jackson and jackson won the overwhelming popular vote. back in 1824, there was certainly several different parties running and then, of course, john quincy adams won that race and that was -- you had at least three, maybe four, parties then. host: but even -- >> guest guest the electoral votes. host: but even if you take it to more recent campaigns, 1968, the caller referring to george wallace did get 46 electoral votes but didn't get close to winning the presidency, ross perot, '92 and '96, getting nearly 20 percent of the vote in '92 but not one electoral vote. guest: he got
're not going to see -- karl rove, steve schmidt said you're not going to see a huge swing in the polls, maybe one or two points. it's the first of four debates, but it is a great start for mitt romney. but we remember back in 2004, george w. bush got obliterated by john kerry in the first debate. it was one of the worst performances in a debate i've ever seen. remember he asked for the extra time? then he'd just look in the camera and go, it's hard. it's hard. and yet he still won. this is not -- this keeps the game going, right? >> it do. i think -- i kept thinking about mark twain. the rumors of romney's political death were greatly exaggerated, but twain still died. >> well, there is that. god. thank you this morning for that insight. >> can we go to breaking news or a developing banner on that one? mark twain, dead. >> still dead. >> still dead. >> but i thought it was as -- i think '04 -- >> you know, he's funnier in central time zone. i'm sorry, go ahead. >> on something. >> you should see the stat yuue they have of willie geist down here. >> it's huge. >> i'm going to cite my -- the pe
've got to grow up. >> by the way, my friend, steve jobs, did the same thing, only wore a turtle neck. >> mark zuckerberg is not steve jobs. >> i knew steve jobs and mark zuckerberg is no steve jobs. >> what would make a difference if he changed his wardrobe? you would be happy? >> it might be like sampson cutting his hair in the bible. he changes his t-shirt and suddenly he loses all of his internet powers. >> i don't know if you knew him when you were at your alma mater but i feel like there's something about growing out of college. >> i deny anything i did at my alma mater on a regular basis. >> my own unsolicited advice is equally large reach, which is to oprah. >> oh. >> oprah, who is still a goddess to me and virtually every woman i know, has a very big voice. and oprah's endorsement of what was at stake in 2008 in that election was very powerful. and oprah speaking out, other women speaking out, we have a candidate on the republican side who wants to relitigate -- talk about litigating, wants to relitigate fights women have had and we thought we won for the last 50 years. mitt
for that too. >> reporter: steve adelson says he is fine with paying his fair share. >> at this point, we are on a level playing field and we should be treated with the same respect that other businesses are instead of the pariah that, in essence, we've been being. >> it is just getting customers used to it. >> reporter: the first day going off without too many complaints. most of the customers say they still enjoy the convenience and the relatively inexpensive meal despite the extra 10%. laura evans, fox 5 news. >>> our big story this morning, be very proud of your washington nats. >> headed to the playoffs as the national league east champions. we'll get a live report from nats park when we come back. stay with us. krystal conwell : we see a lot of problems with the... number of students that we have. resources. materials. things that the children need... on a day-to-day basis. anncr: question seven will help. the department of legislative services says question seven... will mean hundreds of millions of dollars... for schools...from gaming revenues that would have... gone to other stat
to the bottom of the 8th now. 3-2 nats, steve lombardozzi with bases loaded, john mayberry makes the catch. nats defeat the phillies 4-2. adam laroche capping a turnaround season just a year removed from shoulder surgery. >> missing last year and not being sure after the shoulder surgery to come back it's been a big part of it this year. again, the pitching the guys all the way around just a great thing. i didn't think coming from last night the feeling we got there, i didn't think you could do better, but it was pretty special today. >> reds unfortunately have a 3- 1 lead in the 7th. if the reds lose tonight, the nats will get home field advantage through the playoffs. also a big congrats to bryce harper named rookie of the month for september, second time he's earned the honor this year. >>> up next d.c. city leaders make a bold move to send a message to capitol hill. >> plus more seats coming loose on board american airlines flights. that's not the only negative press the company is dealing with. >> you see a story we should look into, give us a call 202- 895-3000. shoot an e-mail to fox5tips
the course of two years. tom hendricks who since moved on and steve brown for tremendous work. literally, hundreds of volunteers working in work groups and task groups led by rtca with margaret jenni, and i want to thank everybody for the help over the years. just as the members are engaged in our work, we've been very pleased with the knowledge and level of engagement by acting administrator, first serving as the faa deputy administrator, mike call's become more, not less active in the work since being elevated to the role of acting administrator. with michael at the helm, his interests, and working closely with the community, i'm confident in the ability to overcome barriers to implementing next generation. you commented about succession planning, and i'm pleased with my chairmanmanship sunsetting, and i'll remain on the committee, bill ayer, chairman of the alaska air group, and bill's been formally leading the alaska air group as chairman and ceo, an experienced aveuater, is taking over the chairmanmanship on a go-forward basis passing the baton at wright patterson air force base her
they offer a tremendous amount of insight. and i also want to thank you for the steve who is here today in the our office working on a number of manufacturing issues particularly as they relate to the supply chain. for this part of it, before we get to the q & a. i would like to stand back a little bit and try to frame the specific threat of cyber in a larger context. the overall industrial base supply chain we face. i look around the room and i know i have spoke ton many of you one on one on the tough challenges we face in the supply chain. hopefully what i'm going say today won't differ from what i've told you privately. let me start at the very beginning with an attempt to define the defense industrial base supply chain. it's a term which is often used both inside and outside of government. but rarely in a way that accurately depicts trail if i on the ground. defense industrial base is come priced a diverse set of companies that provide products and services directly and indirectly to the national security agencies including the military. referses to defense industrial base, that imp
to these issues? potentially. you know, steve, i view this as a victory every single day. there are so many people -- i think i speak on behalf of the majority of americans. i think they consider themselves fiscally responsible and socially respecting. reachingacc -- socially accepting. i am in that broad brush category myself. how does that equate to all the issues that we face today? i do not think either party -- i don't think democrats are good on civil liberties. i don't think republicans are good at dollars and cents. when it comes to civil liberties and being republican, it is not happening at all. host: you might remember john anderson won 6.6% of the national vote. ralph nader has won several times. you have been called the original tea party candidate. i want to play a little bit of tape with ross perot. we will show this interview tonight at 9:00 p.m. he reflects on the tea party movement. let's take a listen. [video clip] >> i'm wondering what your thoughts were with the tea party revolution. >> it was interesting to see that happen. i think it had managed in impact, don't you? it is n
is thought to be the source of contaminated steroids that caused a rare form of meningitis. abc's steve osunsami has more. >> reporter: doctors worry this outbreak of fungal meningitis is spreading potentially affecting more than 1,000 americans recent ly treated for back pain with needles tainted by a fungus during manufacturing. >> contaminated manufacturing was a steroid put into a syringe. >> reporter: anyone who has received a steroid injection in the spine since july should check with their doctor to see if it is from a tainted source. >> early anti-fungal treatment can improve the outcomes of these patients. >> reporter: ground zero is this specialty pharmacy in massachusetts where the steroid injections were made. investigators shut down the new england compouding but it may haveped 3 doctors say this is a rare form of meningitis wmptoo cf and it kills by swelling the brain. >> reporter: it is not contagious, butterly symptoms can be headaches, fever, a stiff neck, and it can take anywhere from a week to a month to develop. so health officials are on high alert. steve osunsami,
] you couldn't make it up why bother. there it is. i thank steve and in case you have the towrnlg start drinking heavily we have pbr back there on ice. it's how he celebrates. annual mrc dishonors award has winners chosen by the distinguished cross section of the vast right-wing conspiracy of department of media affairs. you may not known it existed. it does. it has been a star studded assembly and this year is no exception. this year we have for 2012, twelve judges, and it is my pleasure to introduce them to you. ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ ♪ >>> in the third and final presenter this evening is a man who needs to introduction. he's going to get one anyway just in case. he's well known in the conservative movement as intellectual heavy lifter and one of the best and cleverest humorist. he's a pass presenter for the dishonors award. he's the founding editor of "national review" online and editor at large for "nro." a visiting fellow at aei and a fox news contributor. how many jobs can one guy have. he's a national column nist. number one ""new york times" best selling author and more i
and the man the would like to be president. begin with steve in new york. you are on the air. good evening. >> caller: yes - level of the government is to protect basic rights and there is nothing more basic than clean air and water and this is what has totally been forgotten in the last year and a half, two years of the debate. the ecology is not even mentioned in this basically a simplifies modern man's complete this association and disconnection from the natural world to the point of nature distain. that is the basic difficulty. in fact, the attachment is so great that it's even skewed the perception of the reality. you are constantly hearing the word growth and overlooking one simple fact. you cannot grow indefinitely on a finite planet of the finite natural resources especially water. so, all of these candidates are neglecting this. and this is life itself and it has nothing to do with americans in the survival and i would like these candidates to address. when you consider energy more important than water. >> host: thanks from buffalo new york. what should the government be in our li
wonderful minutes of the debate. ok. let's have a good time. [applause] borrowe >> tell steve i will read a coule of opening lines. -- i will read a couple of opening lines. give eveniood evening. ok. great. [laughter] you're at oxford, mississippi four years ago. the prompter is supposed to be there. it syaetayed dark. i remember, "good evening." i hope you feel very comfortable hearing about all my problems. [laughter] ok. we have two and a half minutes. ok. one minute and thirty seconds. ok. they lied. two minutes. they are testing us. [laughter] [laughter]
house in disrepair on a precious parcel of land. hoffman's partner steve cells. >> you're the bad guy. >> absolutely i am. i'm a wolf in sheep's clothing. >> reporter: they got city approval to sub divide the two acres to build two new big house. >> it was he in never a secret. >> you were going to tear down a frank lloyd wright house. >> that was the intention. >> that's what ignited the controversy. when the partners got a demolition permit outraged preservationists got busy. they got a petition to stop the demolition and got the city planning commission to designate it as a historic landmark. >> never in my wildest dream would i have thought that someone would want to tear down a frank lloyd wright home. >> do you think they are being greedy? >> yes, do i. i think they are in it only for the money. >> reporter: they say they are businessmen needing to turn a profit. they can't restore the gem which they say would cost $2 million and they can't afford to have it sit around as a historic museum piece. >> this is not a get rich. this is a get out, get compensated, and move on with my
you get teamed up with the man who prosecuted you? >> steve came to me one time when i was getting out of jail, and he asked me if i wanted to be proactive in the community, asked me if i wanted to help people. i more than obliged. i was happy to. i want to really point out that this is a dangerous thing. people can't take this as a joke anymore. it's been more proactive in the past year or two, there's been more accidents, more drinking, more alcohol and we really want to drive home the point that it is very easy to go out there and kill somebody just as i did, and we can't have that happen in our community anymore. >> when -- this was 2007, am i correct, when you were involved in this? >> it was november 19, 2006. >> 2006, okay. when this happened, you had been drinking. what were you thinking, or were you just not thinking? did you just think, well, nothing is going to happen to me, i'm only a teenager? >> of course, i had the invinciblity factor. you think you can do it every single time. we like to call it the invinciblity factor. every time you do it, it's the next step to doing
but it is rising. >> over on the right side here. >> steve space from w cbs radio. the pre-election polls i've always wondered why our listeners, viewers and readers need to know how other people plan to vote and poison the voting poll and recite them on the radio i'd like to hear the of a panelist thoughts on why do we report the polls? >> who wants to take that? >> it's the way that we gauge the narrative of the race in which way the momentum is. i was in virginia talking to people in prince william county and republicans who voted for john mccain four years ago. i don't know i'm going to do it doesn't like this is going to win it's not necessarily wanting to vote for the loser. it does affect some voters. >> on the other hand, it's not so where earlier in the cycle you say they didn't have a chance i'm not the only one who likes him and maybe he can pull this out and we are curious and want to know what other -- we also want to be part of the conversation with people and know what other people are thinking and i am not sure i think that is such a bad thing and need to be put into isolati
against steve stricker which brought the cup back to europe. it was a shocking performance on the part of the americans. europe went out and won the first five matches yesterday, and that really instilled a belief in the rest of the team. in the end, europe won 8 1/2 points out of a possible 12. for an improbable victory. there was a little bit of drama yesterday, as well, because rory mcilroy, as you know, is the world number one. but he had mistakenly looked at the time sheet, and saw that it was a tee off time for 12:25 p.m. so in actual fact that was eastern time instead of central time. so he was due at the course way before 11:25. but he didn't arrive until seven minutes before his tee time. eventually getting here courtesy of hitching a ride with a state trooper. but he managed to make it to the key, casually walked out onto the course and brought home a valuable point to the european team. but had he not made it here on time this would have been a totally different story. however there was a nice moment when the capital jose maria olazabal made a little presentation to him as t
correspondent. i said at monday's national conversation that npr's steve is the first male voice i hear in the morning, and he is, while melissa is a very competent and informed female voice which i hear in the late afternoon on my way home. she was in china preparing for a weeklong broadcast with npr when a massive earthquake struck the region in may 2008, and major news organizations around the world relied on her extensive reporting on the destruction and relief efforts. so now i have many henry kissinger stories. i won't spend the full 15 minutes he that happenedded, but -- he demanded, but i will tell you a few of them. [laughter] let's try this. this past valentine's day he was my date. well, what really happened is that henry and i contacted our dear friends, andrea mitchell and alan greenspan. we did this separately, about spending the evening with them. and then we all ended up in a downtown washington hotel room full of hearts and flowers. henry and i also sit next to each other at defense policy board meetings, and we just spent a day and a half doing that and discussing the
read streaming tweets at at the 2012 campaign debate hub -- c-span.org/debates. on "newsmakers," steve israel. the chair of the dnc -- democratic congressional campaign committee. today at 6:00 p.m. eastern on c- span. >> almost 20 years ago, we broadcast one of the most controversial stories in our 44 years on the air. i was accused of being a philistines, someone lacking the aesthetic sensibility to appreciate the challenging nature of some contemporary art. works that i questioned the are now worth hundreds of millions of dollars. >> what made everybody so mad? >> i discovered something that i could barely believe. when you question someone's taste in art, it is more personal, more probing than their politics, religion, sexual preference. it is something that goes to the very soul. >> morley safer on "60 minutes" and journalism today. tonight at 8. >> now, the 2008 vice- presidential debate between joe biden and alaska gov. sarah pailin. the most watched the vice- presidential debate in history. it is the second most watched debate ever. senator biden and the governor met at washing
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